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Hertzmark Hudis spoke with the Cut about her (other) favorite white linens, her distaste for black licorice and the room in her home that truly calms her.
However, the kitchen’s real talent showed in its use of tarragon, which can easily overpower a dish, that was held in check and masterfully added just an inflection of licorice to the blend.
For the past 60 years, Italians have scrubbed away their espresso stains with Marvis, which is known for its exotic flavors including licorice, mango, and nutmeg.
Intense, stewed red and dark fruits are joined by nutmeg and black licorice in this rich wine.
The resulting gin blends foraged fennel and California bay laurel with juniper, long pepper, rose petals, and ginger for floral and licorice flavors.
Necco Wafers are unusual, with their chalky texture and flavors like licorice and clove.
Candy: Beware of chocolate miniatures and licorice.
Florida Panthers tough guy Micheal Haley, whose 22 fighting majors led the NHL this season, recalls receiving bags of homemade licorice during his minor-league days with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers.
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Definition of licorice for English Language Learners
: a candy made from the dried root of a European plant
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